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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - March 11, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican third edition vol. Xxxviii. Hughes knickers next logical step Best american designer says they re Chin Mitchell South Dakota saturday March la 1922 number 139 old timer in new York declares knickers will be practical female garment his daughter agrees Daniel Edward Ryan tis a \ Toi de styles come and go and he says he knows special to the Republican now York. X. March Knick a is they re coming i they re coming for everyday Iise for women next logical step is from tort skirts to knickers just As surely As the hoop skirt be i in the Hustle skirt. Just As surely the hustled skirt became the full it. Just As surely As the full skirt Oca me the hobble skirt. Just As by \ is it a i g ii i e r ii As tried them out and round them Euti no new York., n. A. March Quot knickers Are All rights in then plat says a i be l. Liecht. Dough in i of Ila Kiel Edward Ryan a designer. And i cruel a designer. Quot eve worn them a great Deal it work and i like the Freedom Ltd them and their trim tailored Ness. Quot rut Quot and mrs. Recht is a very feminine sort. Quot there Are times you know when we want to he a a St women. Well never get away from thai Quot and then we want pretty clothes with All of. The frills a even the a Lioret skirts can to stay in a i ways they re too practical and when women Are women they Arentt practical a allies take up . Demand for army payments request that Bill of 241 millions be allowed causes consternation it comes at bad time London listened when this Young Udy gave advice Paris says effect will Beto disrupt system \ greed i Pont own is Daniel Edward Ryan daughter in one of 11 kit favorite Knicker costumes and some of the Knicker styles. Biggest Duroc shipment to be made from Here South Dakota association gets record order from Imperial Valley breeders Aberdeen Man is found guilty and new trial is asked surely As the hobble skirt became the Short skirt. Just so will the Short skirt become the in Iekar so says Daniel Edward Ryan. Is Xii old time let it six dior Ryan is Tho Best known designer it women s Wear. Ify is s2 years old. Tin oldest designer in new York and sgt has watched Tho passing of the years and the passing of fashions. A now when i say knickers a says Ryan spectacled and Lavender socked. To do not mean bloomers bloomers Are Sloppy and crude. I refer to a neat Well Cut in Iekar with a sum St. Jacket and a Vest if a woman wants to Wear one. Quot hoop skirts atrocious a bustled skirt ridiculous a Long swooping skirts unsanitary a hobble skirts dangerous a Short skirts sensible a knickers a a a they re the Iii Rig sensible Beautiful a thus says Ryan and further copied from tax stage a women of the Ordinary walk of 1�?Tfe watched stage women display a noir legs anti win admiration with t per Beauty. And they reasoned a Tell one Why not try it herself Quot so. Under the influence of the to on to skirts skirts began to get c Otter and Shorter until they pretty a a Early reached the Knees. That is o Best movements for Freedom women have Over made. Quot Short skirts leave a Yoman leg and so Safe on her feet. And in should she cover hoi legs a ill Tell or. Ryan wagged head a Tho Young women of today pc splendidly developed underpin need for hiding never in All of my years As a deem r have i seen such beautifully i vol oped legs. It is astonishing i Ere Are no Knock Knees no spindle i is. No Bow legs then Why should they be hidden in designing Short skirts and Kors designers Are simply eater a to the desires of women. F ree South Dakota is just about to Send to the Imperial Valley in Southern j California the largest shipment of pure bred Stock Ever made anywhere in the United states. The shipment is being made under the direction of the South Dakota Duroc Jersey association. And is further proof of the fact that tile excellence of the Duroc i Jersey hog is rapidly gaining naj t Ion wide recognition. Will ship la carloads i the exceptional Honor of filling so Large an order it will eventually amount to eleven car loads came to the South Dakota Duroc Jersey association As a result of the unusual organization of Duroc breeders which has Bren formed in the state during i the past two years. The order was placed by r. M. Miller known throughout the Imperial Valley As a a hog Miller. Or. Miller gained his i sobriquet because of his interest in hogs and when Tho Farmers of the Imperial Valley determine too into the hog business they selected the Duroc Jersey As Best suited for. Their purposes. Then they named or. Miller to find their Stock for them. Many a sized Jolt it was a Many a sized Job. For pure bred Duroc Jersey sows and boars i Are at a Premium. They Arlt scarce. Or. Miller tried Kansas. Colorado. Missouri. Illinois and other states in j. An Effort to til his shipment but was unable to get the Stock. Then he wired to a. L. Haynes Secretary of the South Dakota Duroc Jersey As Socia t Ion. Quot can you furnish us with ten carloads of pure Brevi Duroc Jersey sows and one Carload of hours a laconically or. Haynes wired Back Stock k soared then began the search for the Stock. Already four carloads of the shipment Are nearly ready. Because the association officers have their Finger on practically every Duroc Jersey Herd in the slate the selection was comparatively easy. So the four carloads were quickly gathered. The i sows of the first shipment will far i i now in april. The remaining seven carloads will not he sent out until Aberdeen s. D., March jury in the circuit court trying the Case of the state is. Merle Fulker. Charged with rape returned a verdict of guilty yesterday afternoon after less than two hours of deliberation. The attorneys for the decease immediately served notice of a motion for a new trial and the Bonds of the defendant in the sum of $2,000 was continued pending the arguments upon that motion. Of african strike is real revolt labor Issue is a isl used by threat against state Days reports state a by associated or less leased wire London eng., March 11.�?the general strike called by tax miners leaders at Johannesburg is in reality a revolutionary movement according to Tho Capetown correspondent of the daily Telegraph. The strike Issue has been eclipsed by the threat against the state he says. Of by associated press encased wire Paris franc March i by the United states for reimbursement to the extent of $241,000,000 for j the expenses of its forces in the Rhineland before any reparations Are paid has provoked Surprise and perplexity in French official circles. There is a1 so some pointed comment in several morning papers. A French Semi official statement says that the american claim comes exactly at the moment when the Accord based on the Cannes project was about to he realized and that it tends to destroy the whole system of reparations so laboriously elaborated by the Allied experts. The Echo de Paris declares it is undoubtedly too late to give the unit j cd states its share of the one billion Gold Marks paid by Germany on october 30, last As Belgium and England already have received their allotments. The allies certainly cannot i refuse to give the United states its j j due the newspaper added a but this question must be determined of what j Utility is an american army on the Rhine if it in t in co operation with the Allied governments a the Allied finance ministers met today to consider the situation creat cd by the memorandum handed to i the reparations commission yesterday by Rolando w. Boyden Tho repre-1 tentative of the United states with the commission asking payment of the $241,000,000. Other governments paid the memorandum the text of a which was made Public states that the Cost of tile american army of occupation up to May i 1021. Was i about $24 i too Hoo. It sets Forth that i the Allied governments with the exception perhaps of great Britain had j received payment for their armies of i occupation and that probably the British also wore covered by a pre i a ceding arrangement. Therefore the j memorandum states. The United i states counts upon obtaining Inte i a Gral payment for the Cost to May i. J with interest before an part of the German payments Are distributed for i reparations or other objects. Genoa meeting May be checked j refusal of i. S. To take Ivy it is blow to Eom , London i Xiii says. Pact Secretary says treaty does not slight interest of America in any degree Underwood speaking in Senate also defends document which he declares should have the support of every peace Loving citizens Hughes asserts there is no mystery in agreement this is miss Alice Young of Mishawaka iud., awarded a British prize for the Best suggestion on Hon to make London Tho a Magnet of the miss Young Basing her suggestions on american practices advocated i letter first impressions through belter stations and restaurants elimination of smoke nuisance by Railroad he Trif location better window Ltd it curation. Lots of Good Nii Xic and entertainment and clean modern offices. Kohlstedt takes Post a Wesleyan by associated press leased Vire Chicago 111., Matefy it or. E. Kohlstedt of Chicago has accepted tile presidency of Wesleyan University at Mitchell. S. Ii., it was announced Here today by Bishop Charier b. Mitchell of St. Paul minn., speaking for the Hoard of trustees. Hunt is again dry chieftain mitc hell Man Madi regional head when old system is re est x bushed 13-year old admits he started six fires Michigan police say by associated press leased xxx ire Battle Creek. Mich., March la a Lawrence Dunbar 13 years old. Schoolboy has confessed the police say that he has started three of six incendiary fires Here in the last ninety Days. Tho fire losses were estimated at $500,000. The boy said he started the fires according to the police because of an irresistible impulse to see something Burn and watch the fire men try to put out the fire. Greek Cabinet is quits report to London declares London. Eng. March to a message received by Reuter from a greek Semi official source the Cabinet of Premier Gournaris will re of negro electrocuted after eleven efforts were made by experts later in the year simply because the Alstork is not to to had. Not Only not i Sorn a3 a Resu to of he advert Volt a a in South Dakota but nowhere else at the present time. Or. Miller however. Is pleased with the Stock gathered for the initial shipment. And Speaks of additional Duroc shipments in the future which will come South Dakota s Way. Yesterday in the chamber of deputies. Of by associated press leased wire Kiltie Rock ark., March Llu it s Wells. Is years old. Negro Mur Ltd. A. Was electrocuted at the state i 1 it Ryt iary after eleven unsuccessful a pts had be Chi made by an exp Rice electrician to electrocute ii the twelfth attempt according to Nesses was successful. Going to the chair singing he cont led to sing until the first charge c oct Sicily was sent through his body. Wells was convicted of killing Peter Trenz a Farmer near Monticello. He v s one of those who escaped with 11 Slaughter. of food will be big Jewett will seek to have wage fight dismissed by Board by associated press leased xxx ire Chicago 111., March Llu in an attempt to throw the entire Railroad wage hearing out of court. B. M. Jewett president of the six shop Craft unions told the United states Railroad labor Board yesterday that he would present evidence next monday contending that without exception every Railroad asking wage reductions in the or cent hearing had failed to comply with the transportation act in preliminary negotiations. 0 weather report forecast South a Dakota increasing cloudiness tonight warmer East portion sunday unsettled probably rain or Snow and colder West portion. Weather predictions for the week beginning monday Are a upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys unsettled with probable Rains Over Southern and Rains and snows Over Northern part first half of the week. Generally fair thereafter Normal temperature. Local temperatures by the Republican s recording thermometer. Friday 3 p. In 40 6 p. In. 3 5 9 p. In. 29 12 p. In. 25 by associated press i ceased xxx ire London eng., March Llu the daily mail says that the refusal of the United states to participate Iii the Genoa conference so greatly deprives the conference of Imp Oranee that some doubt is Felt in political i circles whether it will be held at All and that its abandonment May be j Only a question of Days. I the newspaper adds that by s abstention the conference loses any Utility it May Ever have conceivably possessed and denounces a costly and grandiose scheme for hum Oring the germans and the bolshevik. A. O 11 a mine payroll stolen Bandit gets $30,000 by associated press leased wire Brownsville. Pennsylvania March a Albert Fleming manager of lie w. J. Lison clerk. $30,000. The company a mine payroll by six bandits who held up a trolley car 30 Miles from Here today. Linier Hill who accompanied Fleming and Evans As guard was shot but not seriously wounded. The bandits escaped in an automobile. Word reached Mitchell today that Emerson e. Hunt former superintendent of the South Dakota anti Saloon league has been appointed regional Federal prohibition director for the states of Minnesota Iowa Nebraska and North and South Dakota. Or. Hunt was appointed to this position i that an agreement by a Man or by a last june hut before he started the by associated press leased a Vic Washington. <., March describing the four Power Pacific treaty As the a real treaty of peace a of the arms conference. Senator Underwood of Alabama the democratic Leader and a member of the american delegation to the conference told the Senate today that he would vote for tile pacts ratification in the same spirit which actuated him to support the treaty of Versailles and the league of nations. The real Issue the democratic Leader declared was whether the United states was ready to give its Sanction to an arrangement for a peace by Mutual understanding a or desired to continue Quot the Opportunity for War that has threatened us in the past two is not an Alliance or. Underwood asserted that he did not regard the treaty As an Alliance hut added that even if it were and were founded on arbitration rather than Force he would support it. To argue on the other hand that because it was not based on Force it was valueless was declared by the Alabama senator to be reverting to the philosophy of past Ages. Recounting How he had supported j the league of nations he said he had i approached the work of the arms conference ready for any new Effort i to establish peace by International understanding rather than by the sword. A the four Power he continued represents a political settlement which undoubtedly was unnecessary i before the treaty providing for the i limitation of armaments was signed that is. If the agreement to limit armaments was intended to measure More than a Mere saving of Money to the nations who had engaged in the wild race of building battleships. A the terms of the treaty clearly j c All for a conference to consider difficulties that May arise just As the conference on the limitation of armaments was called in Washington some months ago. It is a conference in which All four Powers must agree and none of the Powers will he hound in Advance Iii apr Way. In other words the agreements that Are reached must he by the unanimous consent of All. Says Bact Isnit dangerous a the opponents of the ratification of this treaty in the main appear to i base their objections on two grounds expressing positions that Are oppose of one to the other. It is asserted. That the treaty in effect is an Alliance Between the four great Powers for offensive and defensive purposes or i at least it is contended we will he drawn into that position in the end and that we May be forced into War without our consent. I maintain that there is nothing in the treaty itself that justifies such an interpretation work tim regional offices were established. They have now been reestablished and or. Hunt is to take charge at once. Or. Hunt has been in Philadelphia during the greater part of the Winter acting As a member of the Federal prohibition enforcement Force. Lie expects to leave there within a few Days and to he in Minneapolis to take charge of his new office by the end of next week. Since or. Hunt left Mitchell last june. Mrs. Hum has remained in Mitchell hut she expects to join or. Hunt at Minneapolis later. Nation to respect the rights of his neighbors is an obligation that re lates to his own conduct and docs not Hind him to aggressive action because the other party to the contract whose rights he has agreed to respect becomes involved in difficulties. A but the question is not left Here. The foreign relations committee have moved a reservation to the treaty. Which beyond a doubt will he accept-1 cd by the Senate which reads As Fol lows the United states understands that under the statement in the pre Amble or under the terms of this treaty there is no commitment to armed Force no Alliance no Obliga i Tion to join in any scores foes of pact a when the treaty i ratified on the i part of our government what ground is Idoft to those who contend the Rainey company store at Al j pa., and a. O. Evans chief i were robbed of approximately j Senate concurs in a Forest Reserve Bill treaty is in a rip and defensive government by associated press i Ca it cd Xiv ire i Washington. It March a Secretary of state Hughes in a letter today to senator Underwood. Democratic Senate Leader and arms conference Delegate took occasion to characterize intimations that the american delegates were induced to accept some plans for the four Power Pacific treaty cunningly contrived by others opposed to american interests As a a very poor and erroneous Conception of the work in connection a with the details arc confidential the Secretary added that the amenities of International Intercourse precluded revealing the informal and confidential suggestions and conversations incident to the negotiations hut he assured the Senate that a full disclosure of everything said or done would reveal nothing derogatory to the part taken by the american delegates. Ile asserted he would not consider or accent any position not entirely consistent with the traditional policies of the american government. The four Power pact itself requires no conic Centary the Secretary said. Adding that no ingenuity in argument or hostile criticism can add to it or make its engagements greater than a its unequivocal language sets there Are no secret notes or understandings he asserted. Hughes prepared draft discussing the genesis of the treaty w hich has been the subject of questions in the Senate from its opponents or. Hughes said that while the a question of authorship is unimportant a after assent had been Given by great Britain and Taipan that France should be a party it he himself prepared a draft of the treaty a based upon the various suggestions which had been exchanged Between the a there is not the slightest mystery about the treaty or basis of suspicion regarding it a the Secretary asserted. A it is a straight Forward document which attains one of the most import it objects the american government has had in View and is of the highest importance to he maintenance of Friendly relations in the far East upon a sound defeat would to calamity failure of the Senate to ratify the treaty or. Hughes declared a would he nothing Short of a National an erroneous impression the text of Secretary Hughes letter follows a my dear senator i understand that in the course of debate in the Senate upon the four pow Ltd treaty questions have been raised with respect to its authorship. It seems to he implied the american delegates have been imposed Upo nor that they were induced to accept some plan cunningly contrived and opposed to our interests. Apart from the reflection upon the competency of the american delegates such intimations betray a very poor Anil erroneous Conception of the work no part of which was begun prosecuted or concluded in intrigue. Nothing could he further from the fact. A it is of course. Inconsistent with the amenities of International Intercourse Tho the informal and confidential suggestions and conversations incident to negotiations have been stated hut the Senate May be assured that a full disclosure of everything said or done in the course of the negotiations would reveal nothing derogatory to the part taken by any of the american delegates or involve any consideration or acceptance of any position not entirely consistent with the traditional policies of this by associated press leaded xxx ire Washington. March Llu the Senate yesterday concurred in House amendments to the Hill authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to approve exchanges of land within government Forest reserves. The Hill now goes to the president. Question of future j Berger to run for Congress once More Moline 111. March ii America s p. Reme task in the next fifteen years v ii be to produce food c cheaply in Ltd High to enable the United states to i ret general european Competition sol Henry c. Wallace Secretary of Noult ure at a political dinner Here. Fifteen years from now inc prob 1 re i will he one of feeding tile people a a Price they can afford to a he said by associated Iha St leased xxx ire by. Louie mo., March Llu Victor a Berger of Milwaukee socialist Leader who three times wag elected to Congreve and twice excluded by vote of tile House announced Here late yesterday he would run for con Rara i again. Saturday. 3 a. In. 23 6 a. In. 21 9 a. In. 27 i 12 in 39 3 p. In. 45 j saturday. Saturday. 45 at 3 p. In. Minimum 21 at 6 a a in. By the official government thermometer from noon yesterday to noon today maximum 46 a minimum 26 at noon 40 Odd pieces of furniture find new owners through Republican want ads saturday free with two other issues monday is the last Day to renew your subscription at the old rates the new subscription rates for City subscribers average about 2c a week higher. Take advantage of the Opportunity to up your subscription at the old rates. Monday is the last Day the old rates will be in effect. Alliance to stand on none that i i can see a on the other hand it is asserted that As the treaty does not bind the High contracting parties to use Force 1 in carrying out its terms and because i they cannot in the future he bound j to any action until their consent is first obtained that it Means nothing that it is worse than useless to sign it and therefore it should be Defeated. To of mind this argument is the last stand of the men of the old school the school of thought that has been dominant in the government of the world for the last four thousand years. The philosophy that believes that the world can and must he governed Only by Force and that agreements. To be binding must have the 4 Power of Force behind them. Hooyer decides to remain in Cabinet by associated press leased xxx ire Washington. �,., March de j daring president Harding had a strongly expressed the wish that he remain in the Cabinet Secretary i Hoover today informed mayor j. Hampton Moore of Philadelphia he could not accept the director general j ship of the sesquicentennial exposition to he held in Philadelphia in j 1926. The japanese question it should be remembered that Tho four Power treaty dealt with a subject the Anglo japanese Alliance a we hich As an agreement Between two Powers competent to make and continue it was not and in the nature of things could not he. Appropriately placed upon the conference Agenda. Technically it was a matter outside the conference although the conference furnished an excellent Opportunity for conversations regarding it a while i cannot of course undertake to state we Liat was proposed or suggested in Confidence by any of the delegates. I think it entirely proper to say that the negotiations relating to the four Power treaty were conducted within limitations defined by the american . Alliance had to change a the views of this government continued on Page six As Norris puns in s. Corporation to Aid muscle Shoals Plant Senate gets data by associated push 1/eased xxx ire Washington d. A. March Llu in by associated press leased xxx ire Washington d. March la a chairman Norris of the Senate agricultural committee announced in the Senate late yesterday that he was preparing for submission to his committee a Bill creating a owned corporation empowered to develop and operate the muscle Shoals nitrate and water Power project. Or. Norris added that he was not prepared to say that he favored operation by a governmental corporation As response to a Resolution by senator Borah a detailed statement of cases brought by the government under the j against acceptance of offers of private espionage Law was transmitted to the interests to the same end. Hut Benenate yesterday by attorney general lived such a proposition Worth the Daugherty. Senate a study
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